Construction Begins on ZHA’s Slovakian Sky Park

The first phase will debut 45,200 square feet of offices and three residential towers. All images courtesy Penta Investments.

Construction has commenced on Bratislava, Slovakia Sky Park, the 13.6-acre mixed-use development in Slovakia conceived by Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA). The design transforms the formerly abandoned industrial site with a 215,278-square-foot park as well as 700 apartments and 592,000 square feet of retail and office space.


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The project’s first phase—which is slated for completion in late 2019—will include 45,200 square feet of offices three residential towers, which have already sold 60 percent of their units. Phase two will see the arrival of a full office tower, restaurant pavilion, and subterranean parking structure.


Images courtesy Penta Investments.

The historic Jurkovčova Teplárne heating plant will anchor the campus, preserved as a cultural monument. The structure will be integrated into the fluid designs of the surrounding community. Public amenities will include an amphitheater, playgrounds, picnic sites, running tracks, athletic fields, an orchard, and dog park.


Images courtesy Penta Investments.